Women

Serbia – squad for WCh in Japan

photo: IHF
Serbia – squad for WCh in Japan
Ibolya Szekeres

Serbian has been announced some days earlier, and originally Andrea Lekic was a part of the team, but last weekend in the CL match between Rostov Don and CSM Bucuresti she suffered an injury where her right eardrum has been ruptured after a collision. The playmaker had to undergo surgery and she needs at least 3 weeks of recovery, so, unfortunately, she will miss the World Championship. Katarina Krpez-Slezak, the rightwinger, and earlier team-captain is pregnant and will miss the WCh as well.

Goalkeepers: Jovana Risović (Podravka), Kristina Graovac (Ardesen GSK), Katarina Tomašević (Szombathely KKA)

Leftwing:  Sanja Radosavljević (Vác), Dijana Radojević (Merignac Handball)

Rightwing:  Željka Nikolić (SCM Craiova), Ana Kojić (Krim Ljubljana)

Left-back: Jovana Stoiljković (Chambray Touraine), Marija Obradović (Tussies Metzingen), Jelena Trifunović (SCM Rm.Valcea)

Right-back: Jelena Lavko (ÉRD), Dijana Števin (HBC Celles-Sur Belle), Anđela Janjušević (Siófok KC)

Playmakers: Jovana Jovović (DKKA), Kristina Liščević (SCM Rm.Valcea) , Aleksandara Vukajlović (Békéscsaba)

Lineplayers:  Slađana Pop-Lazić (Brest Bretagne), Dragana Cvijić (CSM Bucuresti)

Serbia will play in Group A with Netherlands, Norway, Slovenia, Angola and Cuba.

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Ibolya Szekeres

Hungarian living in Norway with a great passion for handball, primarly women handball. Travels all over the world to follow handball matches and tournaments and to write good articles on this website.

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